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Dreamboats and Petticoats | Review

Based upon the songs of nostalgic compilation albums of the same name, Dreamboats and Petticoats the musical was brought to life in 2009 as the brainchild of BAFTA-award winning comedy script writers Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran (Save the

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Evita | Theatre Review

My plus one for the evening, a hardcore Evita fan who cites the 1996 film starring Madonna and Antonio Banderas as one of her favourite films (“of all time”) assured me I was in for a treat but

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The Commitments | Theatre Review

After growing up with the songs of The Commitments, Jimmy Rabbite and drunken Christmas performances of Mustang Sally, when I heard Caroline Ranger and co had created a West End production of the much love working class film I was …

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The Woman In Black | Theatre Review

Mentioning The Woman in Black is like regaling a ghost story that you’d heard as a child.  Most people will have heard it,  those that have heard are scared of it and those that haven’t will listen wide eyed as …

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Cats the Musical | Theatre Review

According to my theatre friend, there is a thing one can experience at the theatre known as a theatregasm which is a taken from the derivative of the original word/act (I don’t really need to explain this further do I?). …

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The Enchanted Chandelier | Appetite Stoke

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Appetite-Stoke-Enchanted-Chandelier-9Hanley Forest Park has seen many a fun fair or big top circus take to its grassy fields and I’ve been in attendance, eaten my weight in food from a fast food van and cop a squat on the grass …

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